John Stamos almost played a male hooker.

The 59=year-old actor is best known for his starring as Jesse Katsopolis on the classic ABC sitcom 'Full House' but revealed he once had a lunch meeting with 'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy to discuss the potential of playing a prostitute who helps to "work on" a couple's marriage.

He said: "I remember going to lunch with him at The Ivy and we order, and I said, ‘So what’s the show?’ And he’s like, ‘Well…’ And this was again, like now if he offered me the show, I’d do it in two seconds. But it was like, ‘Okay, you play a male hooker and you fix the, you sleep with the husband, sleep with the wife, and you kinda work on their marriage.'"

However, the former 'General Hospital' star went on to explain that he soon realised he was not interested in the idea as soon as their appetizers had arrived and Ryan had jokingly compared the potential show - which never came to fruition - to 'Charlie's Angels.'

Speaking on 'The Jess Cagle Podcast', he said: "And then he said, ‘And plus you have a really cute black guy and there’s a cute blonde guy. You’re like 'Charlie’s Angels', but you’re hookers. 'Charlie’s Hookers'. And then the, and the, and the appetizer just sat down, you know, got sit. I was like, ‘Oh God, I gotta sit another hour with this guy with Charlie’s Hookers.’ I should have done it though!"

Meanwhile, John starred alongside late comedian Bob - who was found dead in a hotel room back in January at the age of 65 after accidentally hitting his head - on the ABC show and recently mused about how much he longs to see his former co-star again.

He said: "When he went, you know, like the tsunami of love that this guy received blew all of us away. It was the only time I’ve ever been jealous of him ‘cause it was like, wow. But the bummer was, he didn’t know. I don’t think he knew how loved he was. And I wish that you could sort of bring him back and sit him down and … you know, read everything."